Heather Robinson from the Workout San Francisco blog put on a POM party last weekend. Check out the vase that won their best craft prize...using a POM 24oz. bottle. Take a look at the winning POM Vase and all of the POM cocktails that were served...
We wanted to recognize the below Blog post from "Capturing The Seven" on our Blog, for those of you not aware of our "Clean and Cleaver" designs! Maybe the author is pining for a job as curator, at the POM Gallary - haven't visited the Gallery? POM AD GALLERY _____________________________________________________
are not enough words to describe how I feel when I see a new POM Wonderful Ad either in a magazine or on
the street or billboard. In short, they make me happy. Happy that someone has a
clean AND clever design. That someone has simply art directed an ad AND made it
smart. That it is really just a bottle combined with ONE other item. Love. It.
This first one I have shown I recently saw for the first time yesterday while
flipping through a magazine and it did what all others in the past 3+ years
have done for me when I see them ––– made me stop and smile.
One of the things I love about Los Angeles, and this topic hardly gets the attention or respect it deserves from people who do not live here, is the area's vast array of truly excellent architecture. The myth about the city, and I freely concede some stereotypes (this one included) contain a kernel of truth, is that Los Angeles is not a place known for memorable buildings or striking design. Now, what does this observation have to do with, say, POM Wonderful? Everything. Well before I became a consumer of the brand, I really admired the way each product started its own trend in packaging; the bottles clearly stood out, establishing a visual (and thus an emotional) connection with shoppers. To a degree, that effort is an investment by the company in itself and a sign of respect. If nothing else, the company says: We care a great deal about art, the sort of design that is both functional and stylish. Which brings me to the topic of streamline moderne, one of my favorite examples of the Art Deco movement.
Not far from where I live, in nearby Hollywood, is an incredible example of moderne design: the High Tower apartments, a popular film location for movies like "Dead Again" and "The Long Goodbye". The High Tower offers some breathtaking views of Hollywood. If you're in town, climb to the top . . . and make a toast to POM and good health. Cheers
One of my favorite summer venues is the Hollywood Bowl: the entire place - from its famed architectural history to its storied list of performers to its comfortable setting in Southern California - makes it an ideal destination for summer outings. Last week I saw Gladys Knight at the Bowl, who, while full of energy and suprising banter (the audience ate it up), delivered a truly great performance. The concert was particularly fun because, aside from enjoying a picnic dinner before the show began, I brought two glasses of POM - Pomegranate Peach Passion White Tea to have - my friend had one, thank you very much - while Gladys gave an incredible rendition of some Motown classics. Perfect night. Perfect place. Perfect drink.
I drink pom's 100% pomegranate juice daily...hence i have a lot of the bottles and en route to the recycle center I thought I would bring them to my friends daughters school for an arts and crafts project as I thought they would make really cute snowmen...as it turns out it was perfect and the kids had a grand-ole-time.
SNOWMEN MADE FROM POM WONDERFUL BOTTLES
Take a pom 16 oz bottle (has two "bulbs") either use paper maiche or I found a really cool "white glitter spray" at michaels craft store...which I sprayed over the entire bottle...then added a little orange felt triangle as a nose and little pom pom eyes - then i happened to have a few buttons to use on his "coat" - the the teacher loved the project and I think one of the moms used it as a brownie troop project for her older daughter...have fun...
and its GREEN! the teacher prefaced the project by making art with things you have ~ and they learned about recycling!
I’d like to think that I’m an environmentally aware person — a treehugger, if you will.
I recycle my glass bottles, aluminum cans, plastic bottles, and newspapers.
I drive a fuel-efficient car.
I reuse those plastic bags I get from the grocery store.
Instead of throwing them away, I donate my unwanted clothes, household items, and crappy Christmas gifts to charitable organizations.
Finally, to save water and allow me to use them another day, I turn my underwear inside out.
A few months ago, I came across the Pom Pomegranate Lychee Green Tea in its re-sealable and reusable glass…glass. My treehugging soul thought that the reusable glass would be a great replacement for my current glassware, which doesn’t consist of any glass and is made up of Big Gulp cups and the McDonald’s 1992 Olympic Dream Team plastic cup set, with four extra Chris Mullin cups.....
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